quote by Eric Cantona

You may find another Beckham or Ronaldo, but never ever will you find another Sir Alex Ferguson.

— Eric Cantona

Revolutionary Ferguson quotations

I've had to deal with everything but everyone has helped me, including Sir Alex Ferguson, to get through. George Best was a good friend of mine. We loved each other, we both knew where we were coming from.

I'd leave London only for Man United, the club of my dreams.

For Mr Ferguson I'd also stay silent on the bench.

Steve Jobs was Apple; Sir Alex Ferguson is Manchester United.

I know I would have had a lot more trophies in my cabinet if I went with him [Sir Alex Ferguson].

I realize that it is an unpopular and unhumanitarian position, for which I have been excoriated by 'liberal' colleagues, but I think Plessy v. Ferguson was right and should be re-affirmed.

Those who hate or disrespect Sir Alex Ferguson , its only because he snatched away their dreams of winning.

Ferguson's out of order. He has lost all sense of reality. He is going out looking for a confrontation, then asking the person he is confronting to apologise. He's pushed the cork in a bit far this time.

It was a small town: Ferguson, Ohio. When you entered there was a big sign and it said, "Welcome to Ferguson. Beware of the Dog." The all-night drugstore closed at noon.

A piece of football history. A unique coach [Sir Alex Ferguson], among the greatest of all-time.

Alex Ferguson is the best manager I've ever had at this level.

Well, he's the only manager I've actually had at this level. But he's the best manager I've ever had.

I love cops. I think you have to walk in their shoes to understand, you know when they use violence, Michael Brown in Ferguson, a classic case.

Sir Alex Ferguson ceases to amaze me as a manager

I was saluted by Alex Ferguson when I was subbed and that made me very happy.

[Bob Ferguson] won that huge ruling against the first version of the Muslim ban that resulted in it being stopped dead in the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

I think he [Sir Alex Ferguson] may have even surpassed the achievements of Matt Busby for Manchester United.

But then I always wanted to play for Rangers.

Man United is a great club and Alex Ferguson is a legend.

This club is steeped in history and I feel privileged to have become a part of that ... An immense thank you to Sir Alex Ferguson for making it all possible, for giving me the privilege to be a captain, to be inspired by the legend of Manchester United and to understand that nobody is bigger than the club.

As for difficulties," replied Ferguson, in a serious tone, "they were made to be overcome.

I just keep thinking of how many times I`ve heard Ferguson effect.

And I`ve heard it because of protests, officers are afraid to do their job because of - because of a YouTube effect.

According to Ferguson, grey things are invisible.

Apparantly its just total luck that planes manage to find aircraft carriers in the middle of the ocean.

As long as we are successful on the pitch, then I will be here-unless Manchester United put in a call. But I don't think Sir Alex Ferguson is planning to step down just yet!

I think the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson rested Howard Webb had a lot to do with the result.

We think of Shots Fired as almost an autopsy of Ferguson that shows the events from every street in the house. And, in dealing with these two murders of a black victim and a white victim, we show the ways that communities and the media deal with victims differently based on race.

What we saw was that the Ferguson Police Department in conjunction with the municipality saw traffic stops, arrests, tickets as a revenue generator, as opposed to serving the community, and that it systematically was biased against African-Americans in that city who were stopped, harassed, mistreated, abused, called names, fined.

We need to recognize that the situation in Ferguson speaks to broader challenges that we still face as a nation. The fact is, in too many parts of this country, a deep distrust exists between law enforcement and communities of color. Some of this is the result of the legacy of racial discrimination in this country.

In a summer marked by instability in the Middle East and Eastern Europe, I know the world also took notice of the small American city of Ferguson, Missouri - where a young man was killed, and a community was divided. So yes, we have our own racial and ethnic tensions.

Ours is a nation of laws: of citizens who live under them and for the citizens who enforce them. So, to a community in Ferguson that is rightly hurting and looking for answers, let me call once again for us to seek some understanding rather than simply holler at each other. Let's seek to heal rather than to wound each other.

As I said last week in the wake of the grand jury decision, I think Ferguson laid bare a problem that is not unique to St. Louis or that area, and is not unique to our time, and that is a simmering distrust that exists between too many police departments and too many communities of color.

When I am president, I will work to ensure that all of our kids are treated equally and protected equally. Every action I take, I will ask myself, 'Does this make life better for young Americans in Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, Ferguson, who have as much of a right to live out their dreams as any other child America?'

The Sanders campaign, however, broke dramatically with over a century of U.

S. political history. Extensive political science research, notably the work of Thomas Ferguson, has shown convincingly that elections are pretty much bought. For example, campaign spending alone is a remarkably good predictor of electoral success, and support of corporate power and private wealth is a virtual prerequisite even for participation in the political arena.

I want people to start getting involved in voting for the Senate, Congress and local elections. I just want to see us get involved more in the political process especially when you see things like police brutality going on and different people complaining about the sheriffs whether it's in Ferguson or Missouri.

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he believes that same ruling that stopped the first version of the ban should still apply to the second version of the ban because it is basically the same ban. It is basically the same policy.

Every action I take, I will ask myself - does this make better for younger Americans in Baltimore, in Chicago, in Detroit, in Ferguson, who have really, in every way, folks, the same right to live out their dreams as any other child in America?

We are sitting on many powder kegs. Whether it's Ferguson, or St Louis, or like the other night, or Baltimore. Or different parts of Chicago.

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